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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Article Reuniting families split by violence Growing up in a safe family environment is essential for the psychological, cognitive and physical development of children. UNICEF DRC Available in: Français English 08 November 2021 UNICEF DRC Lange When fighting broke out in Kasenga in July 2020, many families were separated in the chaos.
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Puntuación: 167.96 - https://www.unicef.org/drcongo...ing-families-split-by-violence
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Children who are continuously exposed to violence or conflict, especially at a young age, are at risk of living in a state of toxic stress – a condition that, without the right support can lead to negative life-long consequences for their cognitive, social and emotional development. Some children impacted by war, displacement and other traumatic events – such as sexual and gender-based violence – require specialized care to help them cope and recover.
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Puntuación: 148.18 - https://www.unicef.org/pakista...ion-children-affected-conflict
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It considers the fact that children lack the maturity of adults (morally and cognitively, physically and emotionally). It recognizes the vulnerability of children to experimentation, victimization, and to becoming involved in crime and that the problems experienced in childhood or adolescence can have life‐long implications.
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Puntuación: 152.67 - https://www.unicef.org/zimbabw...day-african-child-16-june-2020
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First and foremost, those are children with disabilities - mental, cognitive and physical disabilities. According to a survey conducted among 6 200 Bulgarians, 65% of the respondents revealed that they did not want children with mental disabilities to study and be part of their child’s class, and 20% did not want their children to study alongside children with physical disabilities.
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Puntuación: 165.21 - https://www.unicef.org/bulgaria/en/together-kindergarten
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Their deficiency represents a major threat to the health and development of populations, particularly children and pregnant women, and has critical long-term effects including not reaching full cognitive, social, economic and physical potentials.
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Puntuación: 165.21 - https://www.unicef.org/somalia...trient-survey-launched-somalia
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UNESCO (2012), while discussing putting education to work, rightly identifies three categories of “skills”: a. foundational skills, associated with literacy and numeracy (cognitive skills); b. transferable skills (sometimes also known as soft skills or life or non-cognitive skills), including problem-solving and the ability to transform and adapt knowledge and skills in varying work contexts; and c. technical and vocational skills, associated with specific occupations (p. 171).
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Puntuación: 139.14 - https://www.ilo.org/dhaka/Info...WCMS_774844/lang--en/index.htm
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“Every year, millions of children are breathing toxic air that threatens their health and causes them to miss school – resulting in lifelong physical and cognitive damage.” According to the Ministry of Education and Culture, more than 46,000 school are currently affected by poor air quality, impacting more than 7.8 million students.
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Puntuación: 167.96 - https://www.unicef.org/indones...ollution-due-wild-forest-fires
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Exploring Effects on Mental Health, Working Conditions and Living Habits of the COVID-19 Pandemic | United Nations Skip to main content Toggle navigation Welcome to the United Nations العربية 中文 English Français हिन्दी Português Русский Español Kiswahili Türkçe Українська Academic Impact Search the United Nations Submit Search A-Z Site Index Toggle navigation About UNAI » Who We Are Our Members Contact Us News » What's Happening UNAI Quiz UNAI Blog Events Special Series For Universities » The Why Join Guide Join Us Bulletin Board Submit a Bulletin Board Post Submit an Activity Report Get Involved » Learn Become a Millennium Fellow UNAI Hubs » Principle Hubs SDG Hubs Resources » Sustainable Development Goals UN Agencies UN Information Centres Dag Hammarskjöld Library Resources for Researchers UN Publications Internships Follow Us » Facebook LinkedIn Newsletter Twitter YouTube Soundcloud Contact Us Those who work from home might show less exhaustion and cognitive stress (Photo: UNOG) Exploring Effects on Mental Health, Working Conditions and Living Habits of the COVID-19 Pandemic The COVID-19 pandemic and associated societal restrictions such as lockdowns and movement limitations, have impacted many areas in society as well as aspects of individual’s work and private life. (...) Worth to be noted that health improvements were seen among professions with a high potential to telework, who experienced reduced symptoms of exhaustion and cognitive stress (e.g. concentration problems), increased recuperation and general health.
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Puntuación: 192.31 - https://www.un.org/en/academic...ndemic-and-associated-societal
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Hamid Ekbia , Director, Center for Research on Mediated Interaction and Professor, Informatics, International Studies, and Cognitive Science at the Indiana University, will focus on how technologies mediate cultural, socio-economic, and geo- political relations of modern societies.
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Puntuación: 122.85 - https://www.ilo.org/global/res...urses/rdw/6/lang--ja/index.htm
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